For the second year running a competition has been launched that will give a British company the chance to set up in a United States technology centre - rent-free and with thousands of pounds worth of crucial on-the-ground help.
Investors will soon be able to gamble on the fortunes of bookmaker William Hill after it unveiled plans to float on the London Stock Exchange.
Amongst the victims of Friday's train crash at Potters Bar was Jonael Schickler, a PhD student at Queens' College, Cambridge and Emma Knights, a former member of staff.
UK venture capitalists cut their investments by GBP 2 billion last year.
Haymills plc the construction, maintenance, building materials and building services group has appointed HBL Media for its public relations account.
Haymills, the specialist building contractor, has received a coveted award for its craftsmanship in building the new visitor centre at the ancient site of Sutton Hoo.
Scientists, financiers and academics converged on Norwich's Research Park on 23rd April for the opening of the new Norwich Bio-Incubator, a 5 million investment in bioscience business development.
New secure web interface to existing AS/400 application replaces need for desktop software at remote sites.
Cambridge Network's recent survey in collaboration with the Greater Cambridge Partnership has drawn views from the business community regarding which of the proposed growth locations proposed by the recent Structure Plan review would be acceptable.
Half-yearly results for Phytopharm show turnover increased by more than a half on last year's figures but the company's losses have mounted.
A Melbourn company has announced positive results for the trial of a drug to treat a condition that can lead to blindness.
Cambridge Broadband has clinched a multi-million pound contract to secure a foothold in the rapidly expanding Chinese telecommunications market.
RiboTargets Limited, the structure-based pharmaceutical research company, is pleased to announce the appointment of Christopher Samler, currently Chief Executive of Weston Medical plc, as a non-executive director.
Phone firm Energis has admitted it's unlikely to find a buyer for its German wing Ision Internet.
Microsoft claims it has sold 60 million copies of its Office XP software since it was launched less than a year ago.
Ninety per cent of online Britain uses the internet to send e-mails, making it the most popular web activity.
Messaging software maker Logica is cutting 700 jobs, blaming 'difficult' trading conditions.
John Stevens and Dave Vesty have taken on the roles of Chairman and Non Executive Director for Alternative Vision.